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EB Ranch Farmstead has been committed to the heritage breed of San Clemente Island goats since 2013. Using sustainable farming practices, that include rotationally grazing goats and poultry while improving soil health and increasing plant and wildlife diversity. Creating and sustaining healthy land produces healthy animals, in turn those animals help produce wholesome farmstead prodcucts

Finding pupose for the heritage breed of San Clemente Island goat is an integrial aspect to this breed's survival. Being able to use exclusviely milk from this beautiful goat breed in every single bar of soap is a big deal. Every soap label puts a spotlight on this breed and even shares a story about the goat or some fun goat history. If we can't find purpose or reason behind raising any heritage breed animal, we run the risk of that breed going extinct. With that exctinction, we loose valuable gentic diversity and history.

Your continued support helps me to keep on giving a platform to the San Clemente Island goat, and allowing me to continue to practice sustainable farming methods and creating luscious artisanal bars of goat milk soap. As well as allowing space for me to participate in community connections and growth.

Thank you for your support!

-Erin

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  • For The Love Of Goats Podcast

    The San Clemente Island Goat originally came from off the coast of California where they had become so invasive that the government started an eradication program in the late 1970s. Today less than a thousand of these goats are currently found in small herds around the US and Canada. In this episode, I’m talking to Erin Link, who raises them and helped to start the new breeders association..

    For The Love Of Goats Interview 
  • Around The Farm Table-Friends Of Prairie Farm

    Inga travels to the small community of Prairie Farm, Wisconsin to visit three unique farms. Along the way she learns about the importance of buying locally-grown flowers, preserving a rare breed of goat, and how a married couple developed America’s first organic pumpkin seed oil. She prepares a meal of corn chowder to share with her new friends.

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  • EB Ranch In Volume One

    Local goat owner keeps rare species going, offers new homemade options online.

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